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Year 10 students ‘Meet a Mentor’ Tuesday 25th July 2017 News and Events News Item

You know you belong to a great school community when its past students give back so readily. Early this morning, we welcomed 20 alumni back on campus for our ‘Meet a Mentor’ event. Held before school, this event was designed especially for our Year 10 students (and other interested Senior students) in the lead up to their subject selections for Years 11 and 12. Students received valuable insight into future career options and gained some great career and life perspectives from leaders in their fields.

Athletics records tumble at the 2017 Inter-House Carnival! Thursday 20th July 2017 News and Events News Item

At our Inter-House Athletics Carnival yesterday, despite the windy conditions, our students performed outstandingly, with a large number of records broken. Congratulations to all record breakers and age champions.

John Paul College Principal Announcement Friday 16th June 2017 News and Events News Item

On behalf of the John Paul College Board, I am delighted to advise that Mrs Karen Spiller has been appointed as the next Head of John Paul College, commencing in term one, 2018. Mrs Spiller is an experienced Principal having taught and led in Anglican co-educational and girls’ schools for over thirty years.

Enright wins the John Paul College Primary School Interhouse Athletics Carnival for 2017 Wednesday 7th June 2017 News and Events News Item

The Years 3 – 6 Interhouse Athletics Carnival took place at Cec Munns Sports Centre on Tuesday 6th and Wednesday 7th June. With beautiful weather, our students competed with great house pride across the two days with many notable performances and outstanding house spirit evident.

Let’s Take the Next Step – NRW2017 Monday 29th May 2017 News and Events News Item

This week we recognise National Reconciliation Week , commencing with National Sorry Day last Friday, and concluding this Friday with Mabo Day. Each year National Reconciliation Week (NRW) celebrates and builds on the respectful relationships shared by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and other Australians. The theme for NRW2017 is ‘Let’s Take the Next Steps’.

Unpacking Innovation at John Paul College Wednesday 17th May 2017 News and Events News Item

We were thrilled to welcome 2016 graduate Taj Pabari and his team from Fiftysix Creations last week in the Primary School to run a workshop for both the Year 6 and Year 5 students.

John Paul College Vacation Care is always a winner! Thursday 13th April 2017 News and Events News Item

Our children have enjoyed an awesome Vacation Care programme, with exciting activities and a lot of passion taking place each day. With approximately 100 children joining the programme on each day of the school holidays, there was certainly plenty of fun and friendships to be had!

John Paul College wins the 2017 The Associated Schools Swimming Carnival by 21 points. Wednesday 22nd March 2017 News and Events News Item

Congratulations to our John Paul College aquatics team who, today won the 2017 The Associated Schools (TAS) Swimming Carnival by 21 points. Champions @ Chandler!! Congratulations also to the age group champions and record breakers who have trained long and hard.

#Bullying No Way @ JPC Friday 17th March 2017 News and Events News Item

Today is the National Day of Action against Bullying and Violence and our Middle School Wellbeing Committee wanted to encourage all Middle School students to make a stand against bullying. Tina, a Year 9 student and leader of the Wellbeing Committee, addressed the students about taking action against bullying and the responsibility that we all have in preventing bullying within our community.

Happy 35th birthday JPC! Wednesday 15th March 2017 News and Events News Item

On January 26, 1982, our Foundation Principal, Mr Cec Munns, stood at a makeshift podium in front of the solitary building that made up the John Paul College facilities. After battling endless bureaucracy, obstacles and naysayers, The Founding Fathers from the Catholic, Anglican and Uniting Churches would not be defeated and the College opened to 144 students with just four classrooms, a small brick typing room and the use of Uniting Church hall at the end of Chatswood Road, and the loan of a caravan used as a Tuckshop.

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